I'm considering a Surine Quest Series II bass. I asked Scott what wood he recommended for body wings that would offer versatility (must have good slap/pop sound even though I don't slap/pop much) and good sound in modern rock/jam-band. He recommended Maple or Mahogany for wings. Of the two I think I'd opt for Mahogany. Another choice would be between a J/J or 2 Soapbar configuration. I'm favoring the Soapbar idea at the moment. Anyway, I appreciate any suggestions, recommendations fellow TBers can give. The choice for body wings is Alder, Swamp Ash, Mahogany, Walnut, and Maple. The basses are neck-through with Maple necks and Rosewood fingerboards (Ebony is optional for more cash). I also currently own a Reverend Rumblefish and Carvin B5. Also, if anybody here has a review or pic of a Surine bass, please post it! Thanks so much!